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Anticipating a disappointing quarterly performance, Adobe is shuffling its management team to cut costs and align marketing and product development functions. Posted August 11, 1998

Clark Jordan brings experience from product development start-ups to IT business grad school. Posted August 11, 1998

Anacomp announces Q3 '98 financial results Posted August 11, 1998

LAVA gets Automated Process Solutions' experience with customer management and workflow/document enabled processes in the financial services industry. Posted August 10, 1998

Corporate help desk personnel and users of MSFT's products will have access to the most relevant product and problem-solving information. Posted August 10, 1998

EDS CEO to call it quits Posted August 07, 1998

Mobius sees 40% jump in revenue, earnings Posted August 06, 1998

Retail giant Rite Aid will use a new satellite network and BackWeb technology to push information to its field associates. Posted August 06, 1998

The two products give customers automated responses or best practice-based help online from support staff. Posted August 05, 1998

AMORE lets users make sense of Web-based digital images from the Getty Information Institute. Posted August 05, 1998

Informix bounces back in Q2 '98 Posted August 05, 1998

IA Corporation posts Q2 results Posted August 04, 1998

DG's field service workers will use Knowledge-Paks to more quickly solve customers' questions. Posted August 04, 1998

Ultradata will replace microfiche systems in credit unions with Hyland's OnBase integrated document management system. Posted August 04, 1998

Software Spectrum business manager Stephen Sillari will head up the launch of Dataware's new knowledge solutions services program. Posted August 03, 1998

Hoping to escape its legal market pidgeonhole, PC DOCS inks two major deals in manufacturing. Posted August 03, 1998

Platinum CEO George Klaus brings ERP expertise to the rebounding FileNet. Posted July 31, 1998

Dow Corning is using Documentum's EDMS to access unstructured information in its SAP R/3 ERP system. Posted July 30, 1998

Meshinsky joins Lason Posted July 30, 1998

Dataware's revenues down, earnings up Posted July 30, 1998

Optika reports Q2 '98 financial results Posted July 30, 1998

FileNet posts gains in revenue, income Posted July 29, 1998

BackWeb secures $20 million private placement Posted July 29, 1998

CEO Jeff Pepper steps down; VP Rajiv Enand steps up. Posted July 29, 1998

Consolidation creates what is easily the biggest player in the forms processing market. Posted July 29, 1998

Identitech acquires business partner Posted July 28, 1998

Sovereign Hill's InQuery lets workers extract and share knowledge buried in corporate document repositories. Posted July 27, 1998

Documentum doubles earnings Posted July 27, 1998

Input Software posts big revenue gains Posted July 27, 1998

Big Blue carves out more space in the KM market by acquiring KnowledgeX's knowledge harvesting technology. Posted July 24, 1998

Compaq and Lotus will offer KM apps for Domino/Notes on the NT platform. Posted July 23, 1998

Relevance's content mining technology takes DCTM beyond document management. Posted July 21, 1998

A government department publishes and manages documents on the intranet and Internet with speedy results. Posted July 20, 1998

Industry leaders meet in Camden, ME to chart the course of the knowledge management market. Posted July 16, 1998

Fulcrum's and Teltech's technologies will help knowledge workers manage content. Posted July 15, 1998

World Wide Technology founder wins E&Y award Posted July 15, 1998

In a move to bolster its own technology, NetRight acquires FrontOffice's document management technology. Posted July 14, 1998

EDMS 98 includes document capture, viewing, and publishing technology from industry leaders. Posted July 13, 1998

Director and CEO James Ungerleider steps down; chairman Richard Bueschel takes over. Posted July 13, 1998

Charles Harris will replace president and CEO Alan Lynchosky on August 3. Posted July 09, 1998

Former NEPS president will monitor day-to-day and P&L activities. Posted July 09, 1998

A Xerox printer with Cypress document server saves the company $50k every year. Posted July 09, 1998

For Michelin's supply chain, the eMedia suite is where the rubber meets the road. Posted July 09, 1998

With background in document publishing and sales force automation, Ellen Taylor will focus on growing PC DOCS market share. Posted July 09, 1998

In a joint press conference, Lotus and IBM become the first major IT vendors to publicly align their product strategies with KM. Posted July 09, 1998

Top Image Systems breaks into the U.S. market, and dakota adds NT capabilities to its product line. Posted July 09, 1998

Staffware buddies with the second document management player in as many weeks. Posted July 09, 1998

The companies will jointly market Staffware's workflow and Macrosoft's information management technology. Posted July 09, 1998

Fulcrum's SearchServer will be used to search for information from print, video and audio sources. Posted July 09, 1998

An imaging powerhouse looks to capitalize on SCS' data input/capture expertise. Posted July 09, 1998
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